Board, Committee and Charters

Board Member/ Occupation


Vincent K. McMahon
Chairman of the Board of Directors & Chief Executive Officer, WWE

Nick Khan
President & Chief Revenue Officer, WWE

Stephanie McMahon
Chief Brand Officer, WWE

Paul Levesque
Executive Vice President, Global Talent Strategy & Development, WWE

Steve Koonin
Chief Executive Officer, Atlanta Hawks & State Farm Arena

Ignace Lahoud
Chief Executive Officer of Majid Al Futtaim - Leisure, Entertainment & Cinemas

Erika Nardini
Chief Executive Officer, Barstool Sports

Steve Pamon
President, Verzuz

Connor Schell
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Words + Pictures

Man Jit Singh
Former President of Home Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment

Jeffrey R. Speed
Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Six Flags, Inc.

Alan M. Wexler
Senior Vice President of Innovations and Growth, General Motors

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Vincent K. McMahon

Vince McMahon, Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer of WWE, Inc. (WWE), is a third-generation promoter who has made WWE into the global phenomenon it is today.

As a pioneer in the television syndication business, a recognized television personality throughout the world, a visionary promoter and a fearless marketer, he continues to make his presence known as a leader within the broadcast and entertainment industries. In 1972, McMahon joined his father’s company, Capitol Wrestling Corporation, on a full-time basis. By 1979, the company had syndicated programming to 30 television stations. In 1982, he purchased the Capitol Wrestling Corporation from his father and decided to take what had been a regional operation and turn it into a national venture.

McMahon soon became an innovator in the cable television industry by leveraging the new technologies of pay-per-view and closed-circuit television for the first WrestleMania in 1985. Now, not only had he built a brand that people would watch in syndication, he had built the WWE into a brand that people would pay to watch. In April 2000, more than 1 million fans purchased WrestleMania X-6, at the time making it the most-watched non-boxing event in pay-per-view history. In February 2014, WWE Network, the first-ever 24/7 direct-to-consumer network, launched live in the U.S.

In 2016, WrestleMania 32 set a new attendance record of 101,763, as fans from all 50 states and 35 countries converged on AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The previous WWE attendance record was at WrestleMania 3 in 1987, where 93,173 fans filled the Pontiac Silverdome.

Today, WWE produces seven hours of live weekly programming 52 weeks a year with no off season. Programs such as “Monday Night Raw” and “WWE NXT” on USA Network and “Friday Night SmackDown” on FOX are ratings successes that can be seen in more than 800 million homes in 180 countries and heard in 28 languages. In addition, WWE hosts more than 550 live events a year within the United States and abroad, making WWE the largest traveling show in the world.

Under McMahon’s leadership, WWE has developed into one of the most popular and sophisticated forms of global entertainment today. WWE is an integrated media and entertainment company that features a portfolio of specialized businesses that creates and delivers original content to a global audience. WWE is committed to family friendly entertainment on its television programming, pay-per-view, digital media and publishing platforms. In addition to its headquarters in Stamford, CT, WWE has offices in New York, Los Angeles, London, Mexico City, Mumbai, Shanghai, Singapore, Dubai, Munich and Tokyo. WWE trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol WWE.

In 2017, McMahon established and personally funded a separate entity from WWE, Alpha Entertainment.

For his accomplishments in entertainment, television, and pay-per-view, McMahon, one of the longest running personalities on television, was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2008. He also has received a Promax/BDA Lifetime Achievement Award and has been inducted into the 2008 Cablefax Hall of Fame. He has been included in Variety’s annual Variety500 listing since 2017, which honors the most influential business leaders shaping the media industry. In 2019, McMahon was named as one of the Most Influential People in Sports Business by Sports Business Journal.

In recognition of WWE’s work to support children over the past 30 years, McMahon, in 2005, was appointed to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America’s National Advisory Council. He is a tireless supporter of the U.S. military, bringing WWE Superstars to war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2002 to entertain the troops. WWE was the recipient of the USO of Metropolitan Washington’s first ever Legacy of Hope award for the company’s extensive support of our troops and the USO’s Operation Care Package program. In 2006, WWE and McMahon received the Secretary of Defense Exceptional Public Service Award for its support of deployed service members in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2008, the company received the GI Film Festival’s Corporate Patriot Award.

Nick Khan

Nick Khan is President & Chief Revenue Officer of WWE, a publicly-traded (NYSE: WWE) global media company.

Khan, a former practicing attorney, transitioned to International Creative Management (ICM) in 2006 where he launched their Sports Media department and represented the biggest names in sports broadcasting.

In 2012, Khan moved to CAA where he became the Co-Head of the Television Department. During his tenure there, Khan continued to represent the top broadcasters while also representing WWE, the Southeastern Conference (SEC), Top Rank Boxing and others helping to negotiate billions of dollars in media deals on their behalf.

Stephanie McMahon

Stephanie McMahon is WWE Chief Brand Officer, a publicly traded (NYSE: WWE) global media company. In this role, she is responsible for ensuring WWE’s global brand strength and growth across all lines of business. Stephanie oversees WWE’s Brand, Marketing, Creative Services, Community Relations and Pop Culture strategies as well as WWE’s Global Sales and Partnerships Division. She also occasionally plays a character on WWE programming.

Among her many contributions, Stephanie has been the driving force behind WWE’s Women’s Evolution, which has given female performers an equal share of the spotlight both in and out of the ring. Prior to being named Chief Brand Officer in 2013, Stephanie was Executive Vice President, Creative and was the first woman to lead WWE's Creative Writing, Digital Media, Talent Relations, Talent Brand Management and Live Events businesses.

Over the years, Stephanie has been recognized by Forbes in the publication’s annual World’s Most Influential CMO list and has been named the world’s most influential female CMO while earning the No. 2 position overall. She was honored at the 2021 March of Dimes Sports Luncheon with their Corporate Leadership Award, which recognizes individuals for their professional accomplishments and overall impact on the sports industry. Stephanie was named a Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award Honoree at the 2017 ESPN Humanitarian Awards. Additionally, Adweek has included Stephanie in their list of the Most Powerful Women in Sports for the past six years and previously chose her as a 2019 Brand Genius honoree.

In 2014, Stephanie and her husband, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, established Connor’s Cure, a fund dedicated to fighting pediatric cancer. In partnership with The V Foundation and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Connor’s Cure has raised $3.5 million to date.

She is a Henry Crown Fellow within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute and an Eisenhower Fellow. She is a member of the Board of Directors for WWE, The Ad Council, USO Metropolitan Washington and Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation.

Stephanie received her B.S. from Boston University in Communications and has been named a Distinguished Alumni by the School of Communications.

She is a mother of three daughters ages 15, 13 and 11.

Paul Levesque

Paul “Triple H” Levesque is WWE’s Executive Vice President, Global Talent Strategy & Development. In this role, he oversees the Company’s Talent Development department, serves as a senior advisor to the CEO for talent strategy and is the Executive Producer of NXT, WWE’s third global touring brand, which airs live every Tuesday night on USA Network and NXT UK, a weekly one-hour series airing Thursdays on BT Sport in the UK and Ireland.

Levesque is revolutionizing the business with his global recruiting strategy and developmental training processes. In order to create a platform for future success, he established the Company’s state-of-the-art training facility, the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida and last year opened the UK Performance Center, the first world-class WWE training facility outside of the United States. In addition to strength, conditioning, in-ring training and character development, recruits participate in development programs focusing on life skills, continuing education, health and wellness and career planning. Building off this success, Levesque remains focused on the development and implementation of WWE’s Performance Center/Global Localization strategy.

Prior to his current role, Levesque oversaw WWE’s Talent Relations and Live Events departments. He also played an integral part in the Company’s creative process, helping to shape the creative direction and storylines of WWE’s programming.

Levesque debuted as a WWE Superstar, “Triple H,” in 1995 and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2019. He has held the WWE Heavyweight Championship title 14 times, captured every major championship, headlined thousands of WWE events and entertained millions around the world. Levesque is married to Stephanie McMahon and together in 2014 they established Connor’s Cure, a fund dedicated to furthering pediatric cancer research. He was inducted into the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Alumni Hall of Fame in 2017 and is a board member for the Concussion Legacy Foundation. He has served on both WWE’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors since 2015.

He is a father of three daughters ages 15, 13 and 11.

Steve Koonin

Steve Koonin is the Chief Executive Officer of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and State Farm Arena, a position he has held since April 2014. Previously, Koonin served as the President of Turner Entertainment Networks overseeing TNT, TBS, truTV and TCM, following a 14-year run with The Coca-Cola Company where he led marketing and advertising operations.

Ignace Lahoud

Ignace Lahoud is the Chief Executive Officer of Majid Al Futtaim - Leisure, Entertainment & Cinemas, a privately-held shopping mall, communities, retail and leisure pioneer across the Middle East and North Africa. It is the leading cinema operator in the MENA region and the distributor for Warner Bros. Studios and more than 150 independent, Arabic and Bollywood films annually. Prior to that, from 2018, Mr. Lahoud was Chief Financial Officer for MRC Entertainment, a diversified media company which includes Dick Clark Productions, Billboard and the Hollywood Reporter. Prior to that, Mr. Lahoud was with the Walt Disney Company for more than 26 years, most recently as EVP & Chief Financial Officer for Disney Consumer Products & Interactive Media, Disney’s merchandising segment.

Erika Nardini

Erika Nardini is currently the CEO of Barstool Sports.

Nardini was named Barstool Sports' first CEO in 2016 and since that time the company has experienced tremendous brand and business growth as one of the fastest-growing lifestyle brands on the internet, generating hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue. During her tenure at Barstool Sports, Nardini has launched more than 35 brands, including breakout franchises in sports, entertainment, female lifestyle, business and sports betting. She also spearheaded the development of more than 1,500 social accounts, a top channel on SiriusXM and the #1 selling flavored vodka in North America, Pink Whitney.

Prior to joining Barstool Sports, Nardini held c-suite and leading roles at media platforms such as Microsoft, AOL, Demand Media and Yahoo! She also was part of two early stage start-ups in the fashion and music industry and sits on the advisory boards of the Premiere Lacrosse League and Food52.

Steve Pamon

Steve Pamon is the President of Verzuz, overseeing the live-stream music platform which is owned by Triller and was launched by Swizz Beatz and Timbaland. Triller also owns, FITE and Thuzio. Mr. Pamon served as President & Chief Operating Officer of Parkwood Entertainment, founded by global entertainer Beyoncé, from 2015 until 2020. In this position, Mr. Pamon oversaw an extensive global media portfolio, including artist management, music production, concert tours, motion pictures, television specials and consumer products. Throughout his tenure, he has achieved critical and commercial success as evident in the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show, Lemonade visual album, The Formation World Tour, Netflix’s Homecoming documentary and the Disney+ film, Black Is King, among many others. For his work as an Executive Producer, Pamon has received two Emmy nominations, two Grammy nominations and is both a Grammy Award winner for Homecoming and a Peabody Award winner for Lemonade. Prior to joining Parkwood Entertainment, Mr. Pamon was the Head of Sports and Entertainment Marketing for JPMorgan Chase, where he led a team responsible for the ongoing operations around the bank’s broad sponsorship portfolio with various leagues, events and venues. Before joining JP Morgan Chase in 2011, he was Vice President of Strategy and New Business Development for the National Football League, served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of HBO’s Digital Distribution, and held positions at Time Warner, McKinsey & Co, Citigroup and Merrill Lynch. Mr. Pamon has been recognized on Billboard’s Power Players List for four years, reaching No. 1 as “Executive of the Year” in 2019. Mr. Pamon serves on the corporate board of IMAX Corporation, the board of New York Road Runners, and is a founding advisory board member for the Launch with GS fund.

Connor Schell

Connor Schell is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of a new unscripted content venture announced with Chernin Entertainment. An award-winning producer of film and television, Schell previously served as Executive Vice President, Content at ESPN. In that role, he was responsible for the development and production globally of all live event, studio, and original content across ESPN’s platforms, products and services.

Man Jit Singh

Man Jit Singh is Former President of Home Entertainment for Sony Picture Entertainment

Man Jit Singh is a seasoned media executive with global experience across product innovation, growth strategy and business development. Singh was with Sony Pictures Entertainment from 2007 until March 2018 where he was most recently President, Home Entertainment. Prior to being President, Singh oversaw Sony’s Multi Screen Media subsidiary in India, where he was instrumental in moving into the sports market with the launch of television and digital offerings. Prior to joining Sony, Singh was a senior executive at several technology, staffing, management consulting and consumer product companies.

Jeffrey R. Speed

Jeffrey R. Speed served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Six Flags, Inc., the world’s largest regional theme park operator, from April 2006 until October 2010. In June 2009, Six Flags, Inc. filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, and it emerged from those proceedings in May 2010. Prior to joining Six Flags, Mr. Speed spent approximately 13 years with The Walt Disney Company, serving from 2003 until 2006 as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Euro Disney SAS, the publicly-traded operator of the Disneyland Resort Paris, the number one tourist destination in Europe. Prior to that, Mr. Speed spent approximately nine years with the public accounting firm of Price Waterhouse (now PriceWaterhouseCoopers).

Alan M. Wexler

Alan M. Wexler is currently SVP of Innovation & Growth at GM

Alan M. Wexler was appointed GM's senior vice president of Innovation and Growth in August 2020. Wexler is leading GM’s Innovation and Growth organization, including the Global Connected Services, Data and Customer Insights, and Innovation and Strategy teams.

Wexler, former Chairman and CEO of Publicis Sapient, has been working at the intersection of strategy, technology and creative for more than 30 years.

Before joining GM, Wexler served as Chairman and CEO of Publicis Sapient, CEO of SapientRazorfish and CEO of SapientNitro. Prior to Sapient joining Publicis, he was President of SapientNitro and has held several other senior leadership positions for an aggregate of 20 years.

Publicis Sapient has offices globally, more than 20,000 employees and cultivates key strategic relationships with a roster of blue-chip brands, advising clients on the impact of digital on their businesses and delivering solutions which help them innovate and compete more effectively in the digital age.

Prior to Sapient, Wexler built and operated an independent business and technology consulting company.

Wexler has extensive experience in digital business transformation, advertising and marketing. He also advises early-stage companies on how to compete with disruptive businesses models in a consumer-empowered era.

Wexler holds a bachelor’s degree in Decision Sciences and Computers as well as a Master of Business Administration from Rider University, where he has served on the Board of Trustees.

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